Revolution over evolution.
The 2015 Honda CRF250R is a careful evolution of the previous model with the all-new Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB), with 3 riding modes ranging from a standard to aggressive power delivery, get ready to conquer any terrain. Built with power, poise and pin-sharp agility at the core of this complete package, The CRF250R has consistently proven itself to be a winner.
Serious MX Performance
For 2015, the CRF250R uses the sixth generation aluminium twin-beam frame, which has been built from the ground up retaining a focus on mass centralisation. It also features rigidity levels that’s been ‘tuned’ in certain key areas to improve rider feel when landing from jumps, with revised geometry for increased front and rear traction, and turning ability.
Twin Pipe Beauty
A CRF450R specification airbox is married to a dedicated CRF250R air boot and twin rear mufflers – centralising mass once again, which is an exclusive and improved feature to the CRF250R.
Ultimate state of perfection
The new CRF250R has been honed to an even higher state of perfection and, once again HRC has created a motorcycle in a state of the purest balance that is proving to be the ultimate riding tool for the professional and amateur alike.
To evolution and beyond
During this cycle of development HRC’s race engineers focused attention on a number of areas to further improve the CRF250R engine’s output and delivery. The 249cc liquid-cooled four-valve Unicam unit has always impressed with its broad spread of useable power, no matter the revs, in addition to a crisp and instant throttle response.
The heat is on
A larger 260mm wave-pattern front disc, improves heat dissipation, power and feel from the two-piston brake caliper working it. A matching 240mm wave-pattern disc and single-piston caliper is at the rear and the new fork protectors and two-piece disc cover are finished in white, while the front and rear brakes guides are now black.
Tougher than any terrain
The Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB) allows you to conquer any terrain, with 3 riding modes, that delivers a standard combination of ECU maps, smoother throttle control and a more aggressive power delivery, with a highly visible LED built into the button that signals the map in use, lets you boldly take on any terrain… anytime.
|Service intervals||As per owners manual|
|0 — 100 km/h (sec)||N/A|
|Dimensions and Weights|
|Claimed KERB weight (kg)||105.4|
|Seat height (mm)||951|
|Rake/trail (°/ mm)||N/A|
|Front suspension||49mm inverted SFF-TAC Air Fork, 310mm stroke , fully adjustable|
|Rear suspension||Pro-link, Fully adjustable mono shock, 133mm stroke (317.6mm axle travel)|
|Tank capacity (l)||6.3|
|Fuel system||Fuel injection|
|Engine configuration||4 stroke, single cylinder, uni-cam||Cylinders||1|
|Valves Per cylinder||4|
|Capacity (cc)||249||Power (KW)||28.0KW / 11,000 RPM|
|Torque (NM)||26.5NM / 8,500 RPM|
|Brakes||(f)260mm wave hydraulic disc with twin-piston calipers (r) 240mm wave Hydraulic Disc|
|Frame material||Aluminium twin tube|
|Tyres (f)||80/100-21 Dunlop MX52F|
|Tyres (r)||100/90-19 Dunlop MX52|
|Wheels||Aluminium rim/wire spoke|
All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.
** Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tyre pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.